|Wiki size:||1 article pages see stats|
(Page count as of: 2023-07-05)
From its main page:
|Welcome to our comprehensive guide and tribute to Adobe Director. Initially released in 1985 as Macromedia Director, this multimedia authoring platform played a significant role in the digital landscape throughout the late 20th and early 21st centuries. With its trailblazing technology, including the Shockwave plugin for web browsers, Director became a synonym for versatility and innovation.
This wiki aims to illuminate the rich history of Adobe Director, serving as an informative resource for enthusiasts, digital archaeologists, and students of multimedia software history. Our focus lies in providing detailed insight into Director's unique file formats - .DIR, .DCR, .DXR, .CST - and the intricate facets of Lingo scripting.
Cast (pun intended) your eyes on this journey to uncover Director's distinctive aspects and appreciate its monumental contribution to multimedia software's evolution. Through this exploration, you'll experience an essential chapter of our digital heritage coming alive, inviting all who are fascinated by the interplay of technology, creativity, and history.
— Director (wiki), copyright, CC-BY-SA-4.0, https://Director.WikiForge.net/wiki/Main_Page